10 MHz Frequency References – OCXO, TCXO and Rubidium Based. GNSS-Locking Provides Long-Term Stability

Novus offers a range of GNSS GPS disciplined oscillators and related reference products. While our most  popular frequency reference is 10MHz, many of our products are available at 50 and 100 MHz. Unique frequencies are available as well. Novus references can be OCXO , TCXO or Rubidium based. GNSS-locking enhances long-term stability.  Stability options are available that incorporate vibration and thermal isolation. Our reference products are available in 19 inch rack mount and modular, chassis.  Our miniature PicoPod series fits almost anywhere.  Novus reference distribution amplifiers offer minimal phase noise contribution and skewing.  Novus PPS sources can be synchronized to a 10 MHz reference to provide a complete timing solution.  Our PPS sources can be directly from a GPS PPS source or processed to improve jitter and statistical accuracy. For GNSS denied environments,  Novus offers a range synthesized 1PPS sources.   Our PPS distribution amplifiers offer sub 1 nsec skewing and transient and fault protection. For enhanced control and monitoring, SNMP and local control are available as options. Portable reference products offer excellent holdover stability to provide accuracy in GNSS denied environments.

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10 Channel , 10 MHz Frequency Reference GNSS GPS Disciplined Oscillator - NR2310D-OG

10 Channel GNSS Disciplined 10 MHz Oscillator Frequency Reference

Low Noise 10 Channel Reference Locked to GNSS


10 Channel  10 MHz GNSS GPS locked frequency reference. There area number of stability options that include having the entire timing assembly is in a thermally isolated case operating at a constant temperature. Thermal gradients are minimized and component variation with temperature are dramatically reduced. . The unit reports equipment status locally and via the RS232 port or the Internet. In addition to output amplitudes and internal critical measurements, the unit reports a continuous calculation of Allan Deviation. Various phase noise options are available and a Rubidium option (NR2310D-ROG) is available to address long term holdover requirements. Dual power source options for AC and DC power driven systems. Dual-time base option adds integrity to your time base.

  • Ten transient and fault protected channels with fault indicators on the front panel.
  • Dual-time base option – internal gap-less embedded frequency counter continuously monitors the  frequency reference with its own independent GNSS based reference.
  • Option – operates from AC or DC power sources independently or redundantly.
  • Monitor and set alert limits on each output.
  • Continuous display and reporting of Allan Deviation
  • Two-stage amplifier design isolates the source from the amplifier outputs, thereby protecting the source.
  • SNMP provides remote monitoring and control
  • Available with either BNC or SMA output connectors
  • Stability options information available in additional information tab
  • PPS jitter 1 sigma of 15 ns
  • Allan Deviation <10E-12
  • See Additional Information Tab for more stability options
  • Reports Allan Deviation locally and remotely
  • Numerous stability options
  • Option to lock to an external PPS
  • 1PPS output

Brand : Novus          SKU :NR2310D-OG

GNSS Locked Frequency References
AC Powered, DC Powered, Low Noise, Ultra-Low Noise, Auto Calibration, Dual-Time Base, PPS, SNMP, 10 MHz, Networking, GNSS Locked , Rack Mount

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    GPS DO Kits are available that include antenna, cables and power supply. Several features can be customized at the factory – frequencies other than 10 MHz either from a unique crystal or with a built-in synthesizer that is GNSS-locked. Time stamping capability to 100ns resolution. To meet unique requirements, we have shipped product with output features requiring a custom amplitude, square wave output, high voltage and high current drive.